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Politics+Society

Immigration
The impacts of 'zero-tolerance'
Published Sept 18, 2018
Experts discuss the short- and long-term ramifications of family separation at the border
RACE FORUMS
Women of color and public policy
Published Sept 17, 2018
'Women of color are no longer leading resistance from the margins,' says adjunct lecturer Chiedo Nwankwor, who will speak during a JHU Forums on Race in America event on Wednesday
Henderson-Hopkins
A fresh (and festive) start
Published Sept 17, 2018
Henderson-Hopkins school opens its doors for the new school year with a new principal and recent interior upgrades
Climate change, superstorms, and civil engineering
Published Sept 13, 2018
Two Hopkins engineers discuss the critical importance of shoring up America's infrastructure to protect from storms like Florence
Child development
Gender stereotypes begin at age 10
Published Sept 7, 2018
Around the world, children receive similar stereotype-reinforcing messages that girls are weak and boys are tough, study finds
Art for all
The chatter box
Published Fall 2018
Alum Amar Bakshi's art installation has grown into an international network that creates life-size video calls between strangers / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Comedy
Feminists joking and angry
Published Fall 2018
Alum Caitlin Kunkel reimagines the form and content of erotica for 2018 / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Throngs of himself
Published Fall 2018
Paul Linebarger wrote science fiction as Cordwainer Smith. His multiple selves did not stop there. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Farmworkers to table
Published Fall 2018
Greg Asbed and the Coalition of Immokalee Workers are changing the lives of Florida's tomato pickers. They're hoping to bring their Worker-Driven Social Responsibility model to other industries. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
New cool tools
Snapping to better vision
Published Fall 2018
Alum Kevin White disrupts the eyeglass industry, providing free, stylish prescription eyeglasses to people in need around the world / Johns Hopkins Magazine